Sorry DarkSide, this here is Bud country...sad to say. Whenever I visit some places out west I am amazed (and pleased) that there really ARE a lot of people who drink craft beer. Here we got a ton of rednecks, old-as-dirt-retirees, and tourists...and I imagine the profit isn't as high with craft beers so the tourists kind of get screwed.
Redlight, Redlight had 'Sour Day' on Sunday which was fun but it would have been a trip for you and not a place for kids. Every tap in the place (and that's a lot) was a sour of some sort.
It's great how popular craft brews are becoming. My company had a picnic last week and provided a bunch of kegs. It was all local micro-brew. Imagine my suprise (and delight) when I found a Belgian Double and a Kolsch, among others. In fact, the Belgian Double was the first keg finished, even before the basic pale ale. People are finally realizing that beer can taste good!
On a side note, I went to Seattle two weeks ago and found a place called the "Tap House Grill", an ultimate beer heaven with 160 beers on tap. Made it through samples of 12.... Only 148 to go!!!!